Malaysians bring Laughter Yoga to Houston, Texas

Two Malaysians visited Chung Mei Buddhist Temple in Houston recently. They introduced Laughter Yoga exercises to the devotees after the Sunday service.

Young and old participating in the Laughter exercises
Young and old participating in the Laughter exercises

Chung Mei Buddhist Temple was built in 2001 with the blessings from Venerable Master Hsing Yun, the Founder of Fo Guang Shan and the International Buddhist Progress Society (IBPS).

The main building complex houses the Main Shrine, a museum and a gift shop, a library, classrooms, Zen meditation rooms, and a newly renovated tea room.Surrounding the temple is the peaceful and scenic Ch’an Garden.

There is also the recently completed IBPS Houston Columbarium, a memorial complex built to cherish the memory of the deceased.

The front of the Chung Mei Buddhist Temple
A beautiful statue placed at the interior of the temple
A beautiful statue placed at the interior of the temple
Peaceful frontage
Entrance of that temple which projects peace and calmness
Lovely figurines of little monks in the garden
Participants having a good time laughing while exercising
Penguin Walk Laughter: Another segment of Laughter Yoga
Stretching exercise
Drinking Laughter
Participants taking part in some relaxing stretching exercises
Yoga also emphasizes on correct breathing techniques for a good health
Beautiful view of sunset from the Buddist Temple




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